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College to Career: Why Credit-Bearing Classes Positively Impact Gen Z
Description:
Early and intentional engagement through credit-bearing career development classes creates higher success rates for students and levels the playing field for those who complete these courses in-person online. At Wake Forest, students who complete at least one of five credit-bearing career development courses have increased numbers of applications, more interactions with coaches, and higher reported salaries associated with first destinations. In this program, a faculty member and a college recruiter explain how these classes impact students, improve career readiness, influence the career development ecosystem on campus, and increase equity for all students.
Audience:
Career Services
Level:
Mid-Level
Track:
Competencies & Skills
Type:
Traditional
Date:
6/5/2020
Time:
08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Room:
Level One, Room 101 HIJ
Main Speaker:
Heidi Robinson, Wake Forest University
Additional Speakers:
Marissa Whitaker, American University, School of Professional & Extended Studies